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Zagreb For Me - revitalisation of public spaces in Zagreb
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Zagreb, Croatia

Zagreb For Me - revitalisation of public spaces...

Through the introduction of innovative methods, the city of Zagreb is revitalising existing public spaces and improving recreation, leisure and social cohesion for citizens.

A neighbourhood public utility park
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Bucharest, Romania

A neighbourhood public utility park

The city of Bucharest is promoting sustainable growth and social cohesion through the creation of a multipurpose public park.

Ljubljana’s Bee Path
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Ljubljana, Slovenia

Ljubljana’s Bee Path

The Bee Path promotes public awareness of how significant bees are to food sovereignty, biodiversity and the long term sustainability of the city.

Free Public Transport in Tallinn
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Tallinn, Estonia

Free Public Transport in Tallinn

In January 2013 the capital of Estonia made a shift to free public transport and became the world's largest city to offer free transit for all its residents.

Interactive energy classification map
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Vilnius, Lithuania

Interactive energy classification map

An innovative interactive energy map lets Vilnius citizens access and compare energy performance data for every apartment block in the city, online.

Engaging the long term unemployed by greening public spaces and through training
Zagreb, Croatia

Engaging the long term unemployed by greening p...

Long term unemployed people work in the city’s public green spaces in exchange for education and training in fields which are in high demand in the local economy.

Urban Development Strategy for the City of Chisinau
Chisinau, Republic of Moldova

Urban Development Strategy for the City of Chis...

This project addresses challenges using participatory approaches in the area of local governance, finance, and the application of modern urban and land management practices.

Sofia city development strategy – Sofia I and II
Sofia, Bulgaria

Sofia city development strategy – Sofia I and II

The aim was to enhance the development of a democratic and self-reliant municipal management system to generate sustainable benefits